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Germany's Approach to Countering Antisemitism since Reunification

Thomas Just

nationalism and anti-immigration policies, the AfD has sought to capitalize on the anxiety of many Germans regarding policies ranging from the Eurozone crisis to an influx of refugees fleeing violence in Syria. However, elements of the party have also been

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Ordoliberal White Democracy, Elitism, and the Demos

The Case of Wilhelm Röpke

Phillip Becher, Katrin Becker, Kevin Rösch, and Laura Seelig

. Given the ordoliberalization of Europe that rose to prominence in the wake of the Eurozone crisis (e.g., Biebricher 2018: 200–236 ; Bonefeld 2017: 115–170 ), a critical perspective on Röpke's “answer to the problem how capitalism fit[s] with democracy

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The Origins of the Anti-Liberal Left

The 1979 Vincennes Conference on Neoliberalism

Michael C. Behrent

host of other movements that have vehemently attacked the international economic system in the wake of the 2008 financial meltdown, the Eurozone crisis, and mounting global inequality. What is perhaps most striking about the Vincennes conference is the

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German Labor Relations in International Perspective

A Model Reconsidered

Tobias Schulze-Cleven

? (Brussels, 2014); Bob Jessop, “Variegated Capitalism, das Modell Deutschland, and the Eurozone Crisis,” Journal of Contemporary European Studies 22, no. 3 (2014): 248–260; Steffen Lehndorff, “Model or Liability? The New Career of the ‘German Model’?” in

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Eric Langenbacher

Eurozone crisis and the migration crisis in 2015. Millions of people are waiting to see if Germany is going to take on a bigger leadership role abroad—whether it can or will help to fill the vacuum—of shrinking American leadership. Nevertheless, the country